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INDEX TO VOL. XXI. 



Achaean-Doric Kotvrj, so-called. Source 

of, 183-6 

Actium, Battle of, 94 

Aeolic Epos of the Wrath of Achilles, 99-100 
Aeschylus, Second Achilles trilogy, 346 

Alcaeus 5, 97 

Alexander sarcophagus of Sidon, 96 

Alexandria, Topography of, 468 

Alexis, Date of, 59, 60 

Allen's Treatment of Nature in the 
Poetry of the Roman Republic (rev.), 

91-3 

Ancren Riwle, Fragment of the, 336 

Annates Maximi, Origin of, 346 

Antiphanes, Date of, 54-8 

Any = guantusvis, 225 

Apam Napat Again, 274-86 

Apollodori, The two, Date of, 45~5o 

Arcadia, History of, 98 

Areopagus and Pleiade, 339, 340 

Aristomenes Comicus, Date of, 52-4 

Aristophanes, Acharnians 947, 433~7 

Frogs, Second performance of, 346 

Plut. 1030, 98 

Aristotelian Katharsis, ioo, 101 

Aristotle's Metaphysics, 344 

Arrian 7, 26, 3, 465 

Asklepios' Sanctuary at Epidauros, 108 
Athenian Democracy in the " Light of 

Greek Literature, 36 I- 77 

Babrius, A metrical law in, 347 

CXXIII 1, 345 

Beitra'ge zur Assyriologie, Report of, 103-6 
Benedictine Rule, MSS of, 225 

Bennett, Critique of some recent subjunc- 
tive theories, 221 
Bennett's Critique of Some Recent Sub- 
junctive Theories (rev.), 80-91 
Birds of O.E. Literature, 335 
Bloomfibld, Maurice. On the Wed- 
ding Stanza, Rig- Veda x. 40. 10, 4x1-19 
Review of Monier- Williams* Sanskrit- 
English Dictionary, 323-7 
Bolling, George Melville. Etymol- 
ogy oftrtfefOS, 315,316 

Bonner, Campbell. Note on Aristoph- 
anes, Acharnians 947, 433~7 
Books Received, 116-20, 239-40, 358-60, 481-3 



Brief Mention: 
Cust's Translation of Weil's Seroan- 

tique, 47 6 

Engelraann's Tragischer Atlas, 233 

Gaspar's Essai de chronologie pinda- 

rique, 470 

Gloth and Kellogg's Index in Xeno- 

phontis Memorabilia, 354 

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 475 
Hyslop's Euripides' Andromache, 232, 233 
Imelmann's Donee gratus eram tibi, 108 
Kavvadias, The Sanctuary of Aescula- 
pius at Epidauros, 107-8 
Liden's Studien zur altindischen u. ver- 

gleichenden Sprachgeschichte, 112 

Marchian6*s L'origine della favola 

greca, 476 

Meisterhans, Attische Inschriften, 473 

Merry's Aristophanes' Peace, 229 foil. 

Navarre's Essai sur la rhetorique 

grecque, 472 

Osgood's Classical Mythology of Mil- 
ton's English Poems, 234 
Osthoff's Suppletivwesen, 474 
Oxford Scriptorum Classicorum Bibli- 

otheca, no 

Pallis's Version of the Iliad, 233 

Reiter's Euripides auf Tauris, in, n» 

Sandys* Demosthenes on the Peace, no 
Walker's Sequence of Tenses, 109 

Weil's Etudes sur l'antiquite grecque, 235 
Wilhelm on eros and eeiavros, 353 

Brugmann's Griechische Grammatik, 3te 

Aufl. (rev.), 317-22 

Buck, Carl D. The Source of the So- 
called Achaean-Doric koivt/j, *93-6 
Review of Brugmann's Griechische 
Grammatik, 317- 22 
Byzantium a Megaric colony? 465 

Caesar's Gallic War, Sequence of Tenses 

in, 109 

Caligula and the temple of the Didymean 

Apollo, 230 

Callirhoe, Site of, 98 

CalHsthenes, Pseudo-, 4 6 4 

Capps, Edward. Chronological Studies 

in the Greek Tragic and Comic 

Poets, 38-61 



INDEX. 



4 8 5 



Catasterismi, The, 96 

Catullus, II 8, XI ii, 78 

XXIX 20, XXIX 23, 79 

The Codex Romanus of, 95 

Celtic Traces in the Glosses, 188--96 

Cephisodotus and Cephisodorus, Date of, 

50-52 
Charon, originally a dog, 96 

Chaucer, Dissyllabic Thesis in, 327 

Chaucer's Troilus, Sources of, 339 

Chronological Studies in the Greek 

Tragic and Comic Poets, 38-61 

Chrysippus, the Pindaric commentator, 101 

Chrysostomus, Dio, Or. 43, Date of, 55 

Chthonic Gods of Greek Religion, 241-59 

Cicero ad Att. XIII 33, 3 (em.), 465 

pro Ligario 2, 5 (em.), 469 

Letters, The Greek in, 387-410 

MSS of, in Vatican Library, 420-32 

Timaeus, 99 

Use of Subjunctive in «-clauses, 260-73 

Claudius Quadrigarius, 466 

Clement, Willard K. Prohibhives in 

Silver Latin, i54~*9 

Cteobulina, a figment, 95 

Comic Poets, Chronological Studies in 

the Greek, 45-6* 

Conditional sentence in Latin, 260-73 

Constellations, Greek, 468 

Corcyra, History of, 463 

Cowley's Davideis, 340-41 

Curator re.i publicae, 465 

Democracy, Athenian, in the Light of 

Greek Literature, 361-77 

Demogorgon, 235 

Demosthenes, IX 48, no, in 
and the Thessalian Hieromnemones, 220 

Deukalion, orig. Leukarion, 345 

Dio Chrysostomos, Life of, 96 

Dionysion iv Aifivats, 345 

Diphilus and Plautus, 102 

Do, The auxiliary, 223 

Eclipses and deaths, 102 

Elizabethan Plays, Notes on, 334 

Ellis, Robinson. Notes on the Recently 

Discovered Elegy of Poseidippus, 76-7 
Elmer, H- C. Review of Bennett's Cri- 
tique of Some Recent Subjunctive 
Theories, 80-91 

Engelmann's Tragischer Atlas (noticed), 234 
English grammar, Contributions to, 223 

phonetics, 438-42 

Enneakrunos, Topography of, 345 

Epaminondas, 468 

Epicurean apophthegms, 487 

Etruscan inscription, 99 

Etymological miscellany, 178-82 

Etymology and Slang, 197-9 



Euripides, Andr. 848, 
Bacchae 1300, 
Electra, Object of, 
Helena 1155-1160, 

The myth in, 
Phoen. 1255, 



103 
98 

467 
344 
348 
98 



Fairbanks, Arthur. The Chthonic 
Gods of Greek Religion, 2 4*~59 

Fairie Queene and Huon of Burdeux, 336 

Fay, Edwin W. Etymology and Slang, 197-9 
Notice of Liden's Studien zur altindi- 
schen u. vergleichenden Sprachge- 
schichte, 113 

Fowler, Frank H. On Greek and 
Latin Negatives, 443~5 

Fulgentius, 464 

Gaspar's Essai de chronologie pindarique 

(noticed), 47© 

Gathic Pahlavi, Items from the, 287-93 

Ghost words, O.E., 338 

Gibbon's Letters, 338-9 

Gildbrsleeve, B. L. Report of Rhei- 
nisches Museum, 99-103 

See also Brief Mention. 
Gloth and Kellogg, Index to Xenophon's 

Memorabilia (noticed), 354 

Goodspeed, Edgar J. A Papyrus Frag- 
ment of Iliad E, 310-14 
Grammatical gender, Origin of, 34*~3 
Gray, Louis H. Indo-Iranian Studies, 1-22 
Greek : YaeiTara * ass * ? ta<ppoi'Tt£cu', 
349; Sia added to compds. after /ecu, 
101 ; iSpaxtLtov, 349 ; cirap£ a<r$ai 
Seirdecrfftv, 17 ; Itos and eriavros, 353 ; 
Kpj)o'L? ) 464; TrafieyKVKkr)fxa, 464 ; WOT* 
oil c. inf., no, in. 
Greek etymologies : £d<f>os, kAoio$, kvkvos, 
/j.<ipyos, 179 ; ov, 443 *, fffuATf, airevSut, 
181; trBtvos, 315; tiaos, 180; uaij 
i»At£w iiftvos, 181 ; <f>fiifj.&<a, 182. 
Greek constellations, 468 
in Cicero's Epistles, 387-410 
Grammar, Brugmann's (rev.), 317-23 
Melic Poets, Smyth's (rev.), 3«7-3t 
musical notation, 466 
rhetoric, 473 
Romance, Petronius and the, 97 
Stage, 345 
Grenfell's Erotic Fragment, 34* 
Gruener, Gustav. Report of Journal 
of Germanic Philology, 334 - 43 

Harvest customs, Ancient, 436 

Hem pl, George. The vowel-sounds in 
*are/ 'father,' 'rather,' *(n)«ther,' 
'key,' 43&-4a 

Hench, George A., Necrology of, 343 



486 



INDEX. 



Hendrickson, G. L. Horace, Scrm. I 4 : 

a protest and a programme, 121-42 

Heraclitus, Parmenides and, 200-16 

Herodas, Mim. II, 102 

Hippolytus, MSS of, 97 

Hipponax, not Archilochus, 468 

Holderlin and Keats, 226 

Homer, II. VI 168, 469 

XXII, XXIII, 99 

Hieroglyphics in, 469 

Tennyson and, *43 _ 53 

Hopkins, Washburn. The Ocean in 

Sanskrit Epic Poetry, 378-86 

Horace, Epod. 9, 19-20, 222 

Serm. I 4, 121-42 

Translations of, 108 

Hude's Thucydides, 218 

Humphreys, Milton W. Report of 

Revue de Philologie, 217-23 

Huon of Burdeux, The Faerie Queene 

and, 336 

Hyslop's Euripides' Andromache (noticed), 

232 

Imelmann's Donee gratus eram tibi (no- 
ticed), 108 
Imprecation, Figures of, 223 
Intercessory work of the saints, 102 

Johannes Antiochenus, Archetype of 
MSS of, 96 

Johhson, C. W. L. Review of Weil et 
Reinach, Plutarque, De la Musique, 331-3 

Journal of Germanic Philology, Report 
of, 334-43 

Juvenal, Liutprand and, 466 

Katharsis, The Aristotelian, 101, 102 

Kavvadias' Sanctuary at Epidauros (no- 
ticed), 107-8 
Keats, Holderlin and, 227 
Kellogg, George Dwight. Report of 

Philologus, 344-9. 4*3~7 

KijpvKiov, The star, 98 

Kingis Quair, Authorship of, 224 

Kirk, W. H, De quoque adverbio, 303-9 
Kurrelmeyer, W. The Wenzelbibel, 63-75 

Laing, Gordon. Review of Allen's 
Treatment of Nature in the Poetry 
of the Roman Republic, 91-3 

Langobardi from tarda ' axe,* 95 

Latin: haud, 443; nihil, 445; quoque, 
303-9; sublimen, 345. 

Latin etymologies: augur, 469; crapula, 
forma, iubilum, luror, 178; nimbus, 
obllvio, 179; paenitet, piget, 198; 
piens {?), 46s ; pudet, repudium, 197 ; 
scalpo, sculpo, 465 ; taedet, tardus, 
199. 



Latin, Silver, Prohibitives in, 154-69 

Subjunctive in ^/-clauses, 260-73 

Leach, Abby. Athenian Democracy in 

the Light of Greek Literature, 361-77 
Legrand's Etude sur Theocrite (noticed), 

350-5J 
Leukarion, not Deukalion, 345 

Licinus' reference to Ennius, 101 

Liden's Studien zur altindischen u. ver- 
gleichenden Sprachgeschichte (no- 
ticed), 112 
Liutprand and Juvenal, 466 
Livy, XXII 17,2; 46,5; 57,5 (emended), 347 
Longinus and the irepi iiipovs, 94, 95 
Lucilius, Horace and, 121 foil. 
Lucretian Emendations, 183-7 
I 555, 186 

III 388, 187 

in 453, 183 

in 462, 184 

IV 418, 184 

V 703, 185. 
VI 29, 185 

Lycophron 245, 98 

MachiavelH and the Elizabethan Drama, 224 

Macrobius and Servius, 170-71 

MSS, Illustrated, of Terence, 348- 

Melinno's Ode on Rome, Metrical struc- 
ture of, 10* 

Menander, Petopyof, too 

Date of, 60, 61 

Merrill, W. A. Some Lucretian Emen- 
dations, 183-7 

Merry's Aristophanes' Peace (noticed), 

229 foil. 

Mills, L. H. Items from the Gathic 

Pahlavi, 287-93 

Minsi-Delaware Dialect, Notes on the 
Modern, 295-30* 

Monier-WilHams' Sanskrit Dictionary 

(rev.), 323-7 

Mum'ceps, 347 

Miiller, Wilhelm, and the German Volks- 
Hed, 336-8 

Mustard, Wilfred P. Tennyson and 

Homer, "43-53 

Report of Rheinisches Museum, 468-9 

Names, Translations of, 463 

Nature, Treatment of, in the Poetry of 

the Roman Republic, 9 I_ 3 

Navarre's Essai sur la rhetorique grecque,472 
Negatives, Greek and Latin, 443 5 

Nero, Persius and, 22* 

Newhall, Barker. Report of Hermes, 

94-8 
Nonius Marcellus, MSS of, 345 

Nutting, H. C. Cicero's Use of Sub- 
junctives in fz-Clauses, 26* 73 



INDEX. 



487 



Ocean, The, in Sanskrit Epic Poetry, 378-86 

Osgood, C. G. Report of Englische 
Studien, 223-8 

Osgood's Classical Mythology of Mil- 
ton's English Poems (noticed), 234 

Oxyrhynchos papyri, 95 

Pallis's Iliad (noticed), 233 

t apyrus Fragment of Iliad E, 310-14 

Parmenides 3 emended, 95 

Patin's Parmenides im Kampfe gegen 

Heraklit (rev.), 200-16 

Peloponnesian war, The year before the, 97 
Periphrasis in Greek, 473 

Persius and Nero, 232 

and the Theory of Satire, 138 foil. 

Petronius and the Greek Romance, 97 

Philip of Macedon, Death of, 96 

Philistus, Plutarch's use of, 96 

Philologus, Report of, 344, 463 

Phonetics in Teaching, 225 

Pindar, Pyth. V 17, 475 

Pindaric chronology, 470 

Piso, The annalist, 463 

Platmbr, Samuel Ball. The MSS of 

Cicero's Letters in the Vatican 

Library, 420-32 

Plato, Philebus, Exegetical and critical 

notes on, 99 

Plautus, As in. 366, 464 

Plautus' Casina and Diphilus' KArjpov- 

ftCfOl, 102 

Truculentus 330, 360, 406, 856, 862, 954, 97 
Plutarch's Nicias, 96 

?repl fiovtriicris, Weil and Reinach, ed. 
(rev.), 331-3 

Poseidippus, Newly Discovered Elegy 

of. Notes on the, 76-7 

Poseidonius, History of, 344 

Prince, J. Dyneley. Notes on the 

Modern Minsi-Delaware Dialect, 295-302 

Report of Beitrage zur Assyriologie, 103-6 

Prohibitives in Silver Latin, 154-69 

Propertius, Rothstein's (rev.), 460-62 

Dedicatory elegy of the last book, 102 

Proverb, A Greek, 464 



Quoque, 



303-9 



Recent Publications, 

113-16, 236-8, 355-7, 477-80 
Recurrent words and sounds in lyric 

poetry, 100 

Reiter's Euripides auf Tauris (noticed), 

in, 112 

Reports : 

Beitrage *ur Assyriologie, 103-6 

Englische Studien, 223-8 

Hermes, 94-8 



Journal of Germanic Philology, 334~43 

Philologus, 344-9» 463-7 

Revue de Philologie, 217-23 

Rheinisches Museum, 99- io 3 

Reviews : 
Allen's Treatment of Nature in the 

Poetry of the Roman Republic, 91-3 

Bennett's Critique of Some Recent 

Subjunctive Theories, 80-91 

Brugmann's Griechische Grammatik, 

3te Aufl., 3i7-«2 

Monier-Williams' Sanskrit Dictionary, 

323-7 

Patin's Parmenides, 200-16 

Rothstein's Propertius, 460-62 

Smyth's Greek Melic Poets, 327-3 1 

Weil and Reinach's Plutarque, De la 

musique, 33 r ~3 

Revue de Philologie, Report of, 217-23 

Rheinisches Museum, Report of, 99-103, 46S-9, 

Rhetor, ad Alexandrum, not by Anaxi- 

menes, 98 

Rhetoric, Greek, 472 

Rice, John Wesley. On the Septua- 
gint Text I Sam. 20, 3 and the Epis- 
tle of Jeremiah 26, 445~7 
Rig-Veda, The Wedding Stanza, x. 40. 

10, 4 I1-I 9 

Roman Fleet, History of, 466 

Roman Forum, IS in, 469 

Roman loan to Salamis, 95 

Roman Ritual, 466 

Romance, Greek, Petronius and the, 97 

Rothstein's Propertius (rev.), 460-62 

Runes, Origin of the, 339 



St. Cuthbert, M.E. Life of, 225 

Sail ust. lug. 18, 465 

Sandys' Demosthenes on the Peace 

(noticed), no 

Sanskrit Epic Poetry, The Ocean in, 378-86 
Sappho's Farewell to Virginity, 102 

Satire, Theory of, and Persius, 138 foil. 

Saturnian verse, 217 

Schlutter, Otto B. Some Celtic 

Traces in the Glosses, 188-92 

See, Der and DU t 335 

Septuagint Text of I Sam. 20, 3, 445 

Sequence of Tenses in Caesar, 109 

Servius, Notes on, "70-77 

Shorey, Paul. Review of Patin's Par- 
menides im Kampfe gegen Heraklit, 

200-16 
Silver Latin, Prohibitives in, 154-69- 

Singular for plural (English), 225 

Slaves in Athens, Public, 98 

Smith, Kirby Flowek. Review of 

Rothstein's Propertius, 460-6* 

Smyth's Greek Melic Poets (rev.), 327-31 



488 



INDEX. 



Sophocles, O. R., The characters, 93 

425, 900, 1091, 1264, 1280, 93 

Sotairos IS, 95 

Spibkek, E. H. Review of Smyth's 
Greek Melic Poets, 3=7-3* 

Steele, K. B. Notes on Servius, 170-77 
The Greek in Cicero's Epistles, 387-410 

Stoic philosophy and its influence on the 
Monarchist heresy, 103 

Stone, Swearing by, 464 

Sweet's Dictionary of A.S>, 226 



Tacitus, Dialogus de Oratoribus, 


222 


Tennyson and Homer, 


i«-53 


Terence, Adelph. 55-6, 


346 


Terret's Homere, 


218 


Theocritus, VII 71-2, 


98 


Legrand's, 


349-53 


Scholia, 


9S 


Theodectas, Date of, 


39-41 


Theognis collection, 


98 


Thesis and Dynamts, 


347 


Thompson, Sir E- M. Catulliana, 


78.79 


Thucydides, IV 63, 1, 


101 


VII 75, 


469 


Timagenes of Alexandria, 


467 



Tragic Poets, Chronological Studies in 

the Greek, 38-45 

Tyrtaeus, the work of a Laconizing Athe- 



Uhland's earliest ballad, 



97 
334 



Valerius Flaccus, 217 

Vergil, Eclogue I, Idea of, 100 

Georg. I 489-92, 22i 

Walker's Sequence of Tenses (noticed), 109 
Watson's, Thomas, Italian Madrigals 

Englished, 338 

Weil's Etudes sur l'antiquite" grecque 

(noticed), 235 

Wenzelbibel, The, 62-75 

Wilhelm on Iro? and evtavrrf?, 357 

Wood, Francis A. Etymological Mis- 
cellany, 178-82 
Worship of the old gods of Greece, 
Decline of, 102 



Xenophon, Anab. II 6, 
Prepositions in, 



98 
354